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Collie is a small suburb in Western Australia. It is located 213 kilometers south of Perth and 59 kilometers from Bunbury Port. It also sits near the intersection of the Harris and Collie Rivers.
The 2011 census confirms that Collie population was over 6,998 people.
Apart from being knows as a coal- producing center in the region, Collie is also involved in agricultural, industrial, and aquaculture tourism.
Collie is named after the Collie River where it is located. The name Collie River, on the other hand, was named after Dr. Alexander Collie, which is from the idea of James Stirling.
George Mash discovered the abundance of coal in the suburb in early 1880’s. In 1890’s coal fields were formed and in 1897, the town was surveyed and gazette.
Originally referred to as a dirty mining town, Collie was later recognized as the Top Tidy Town on April 8, 2006 after it won the Australian Tidy Towns Competition. Australia had seen the town’s commitment on waste management, recycling, beautification, and other community projects.
Collie plays a huge part in the stipulation of electricity for Western Australia. The suburb has three power stations and two coal mines. The Premier Coal Limited mining produces 5 million tones of coal annually.
Collie has a wealth of beautiful places and attractions. The most popular tourist destinations are the Steam Locomotive Museum, Minninup Pool, Collie Art Gallery, and the Wellington Dam.
The suburb has also parks including the Stockton Lake and the Soldier’s memorial park.